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Baker, R. (1994). Commentary by a Psycho-Analyst. Brit. J. Psychother., 11(1):132-135.

(1994). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 11(1):132-135

Commentary by a Psycho-Analyst Related Papers

Ronald Baker

My first impression on reading the clinical notes was that the psychotherapist is a woman. Whilst this is an assumption, it seems to be borne out in the final moments of the session when by implication the therapist links ‘herself to the woman with whom her patient is preoccupied. I will refer to the therapist therefore as a woman.

I have to confess an uneasiness about the task in hand.

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